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The Effects of a Multimedia Computer Program on Preservice Elementary Teachers' Knowledge of Cognitive Components of Movement Skills
This study analyzed the effects of a multimedia based computer approach to teaching cognitive components of sport skills to elementary education majors enrolled in a course on methods of teachingExpand
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Multiple Intelligences in Virtual and Traditional Skill Instructional Learning Environments.
The purpose of this investigation was to examine (a) how Multiple Intelligence (MI) strengths correlate to learning in virtual and traditional environments and (b) the effectiveness of learning with and without an authority figure in attendance. Expand
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Observational Learning of Fly Casting Using Traditional and Virtual Modeling with and without Authority Figure
Traditional and virtual modeling were compared during learning of a multiple degree of freedom skill (fly casting) to assess the effect of the presence or absence of an authority figure on observational learning via virtual modeling. Expand
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Qualitative Analysis of the Overhand Throw by Undergraduates in Education Using a Distance Learning Computer Program
The purpose was to (a) examine whether computer-based distance learning could enhance the qualitative analysis skills (error detection in the overhand throw) of undergraduates in education and (b)Expand
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App Up Your Physical Education Program
9 JOPERD • Volume 83 No. 8 • October 2012 Tecnology T ps The trend toward ownership of smart devices (i.e., smart phones and WiFi-enabled tablet computers) among young people continues to riseExpand
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Starting a Home-School Physical Education Clinical Program on Your Campus
A home-school physical education clinical program can do more than improve the physical activity levels of the homeschool population; it can address the needs of the university community as well.Expand
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Using an Online Assessment System to Support the Program Report Process in Physical Education Teacher Education
JOPERD • Volume 79 No. 4 • April 2008 I n teacher education programs across the country, the latest trend within the accreditation process is to integrate assessment systems with online assessmentExpand
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